A chance to buy some of the wonderful books that I've published recently.
The greay thing about self-publishing is the frredon to choose any fucking subject I want. No matter how uncommercial it might be. That and the lack of deadlines. Which, weirdly, probably prompts me to come out with books more quickly and more frequently.
The most recent of these efforts is my history of UK brewing in WW I. It has everything: words, numbers and a stupid number of homebrew recipes. Plus a lovely cover by my son Alexei.
Buy this wonderful book.
Published earlier in 2018 is my book covering British brewing after WW II. One of the gloomiest periods in Britain's history. When the beer was as weak as piss. I'm selling this well, aren't I? For those interested in such piss-weak brews, there are more than 300 homebrew recipes. Some even for beers over 3% ABV.
Tallking of homebrew recipes, Let's Brew! consists of nothing else. I consider it an expansion pack for my Home Brewer's Guide to Vintage
Beer. With many recipes - like North American and Lager recipes - that I couldn't include in the original book for reasons of space.
Finally, what's possibly my most important book so far, a history of Scottish beer over the last 150 years or so. All material in is new, apart from a few recipes, of which there
are almost 400. Why the hell hasn't this been picked up by a "real" publisher?
A visit to Schneider Weisse brewery - *Now where was I?* Oh yes, Germany. Schneider Weisse brewery, that was one I was looking forward to. It was founded in Munich in 1872 and bought the state ...
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